• Devil in Details

    The devil is in the details is an idiom that refers to a catch or mysterious element hidden in the details, meaning that something might seem simple at a first look but will take more time and effort to complete than expected. I think this describes pretty well the announcement of ACM Cloudformation extension.

  • AWS Cost Controls

    I recently did 2 meetup presentations about FinOps and AWS cost optimization. Inspired by the talks, I thought it would be a good idea to write a shopping list of things to cover in order to keep AWS costs in control. While this is written especially for AWS, the same ideas apply to Azure and GCP as well.

  • Preventing S3 Data Leaks with Endpoints

    This post continues where S3 Data Loss Prevention with Encryption left. Using encryption will help to avoid acciendially exposing data from S3 to internet, but it would still be very easy to leak, the data you are processing, on purpose to internet/external parties.

  • Serverless feedback form

    Nice thing about holidays is there is more than usual spare time to tinker with things. I've been thinking adding a feedback form for this blog but that would require a backend to process the form. Running a server for such a small thing doesn't really make any sense especially when all other content is static.
  • AWS re:Invent 2019, Part2

    I was expecting the usual set of service and feature announcements in Wernel Vogels Thursday keynote, but instead he did focus on what is happening behind the scenes of AWS. So instead of analyzing Werner's keynote, I picked 2 announcements from Wednesday that didn't make to keynotes but are worthy of attention because how these will simplify building APIs and distributed applications.